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- The mission of Unforgettable Faces & Stories - healing and inspiring others. Join our community of storytellers. https://goo.gl/dj4ZGhPain is a Gift | Unforgettable Faces & Stories | Your Story Told by YOU!unforgettablefacesandstories.com Eileen talks on the mission of her book series, Unforgettable Faces & Stories - for healing and inspiring others. Join our community of...
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- Humbled to have been asked by Eileen Doyon to be a contributing author for her Unforgettable Faces and Stories book series on Starting Over, Stories of New Beginnings. This is a personal story for me, but a personal and professional achievement that I am proud to share. The authors in this book span over 8 different countries, the stories are inspiring, and I am honored to be a part of this group of individuals. #PublishedAuthor
- Humbled to have been asked by Eileen Doyon to be a contributing author for her Unforgettable Faces and Stories book series on Starting Over, Stories of New Beginnings. This is a personal story for me, but a personal and professional achievement that I am proud to share. The authors in this book span over 8 different countries, the stories are inspiring, and I am honored to be a part of this group of individuals. #PublishedAuthorStarting Over (Unforgettable Faces & Stories) (Volume 7): Eileen Doyon: 9780692898642: Amazon.com: Bookslnkd.in
- 19/09/2017ByApril McGinnis on September 17, 2017
The latest addition to a wonderful series of books by an awesome author and collaborator. Eileen Doyon has a gift for capturing the essence of the human heart and for sharing the incredible stories of so many people. These stories will warm your soul and inspire you. We are reminded that starting over can be the simultaneously letting go of something we are accustomed to and the accepting and even welcoming of something new. It can be radical or it can be small little steps we take on our journey. It can be forced upon us and heart breaking or it can be an opportunity, either way, often it is life altering. We can learn from the heart felt words inside this treasure of a book.Starting Over Review by April McGinnis - Unforgettable Faces & Storiesgoo.gl Thank you April McGinnis for leaving this review of Starting Over: Stories of New Beginnings! ByApril McGinnis on September 17, 2017 The latest addition to a wonderful series of books by an awesome author and collaborator. Eileen Doyon has a gift...
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- Producer16/09/2017Humour Is Just Goofy Reasoning.We laugh because we're human and suck at being serious.“If someone told me a sense humour was so vital in relationships, I could have avoided a lot of sex!” Kate BeckinsaleHumour has been with us a long time — actually longer than people. Think back...
Comments18/09/2017 #11 Timothy welchMr. Cormack, I must respectfully protest your piece in the name of serious bloggers and journalists and news reporters around the globe. You must be incahoots with the liberal media along with CNN as you sit around 24 hours a day reading tweets by Trump only to provoke the working class into political satire moments better suited for a SNL skit. Please let me remind you that Bebee is a professional branding site for like minded people and not for the weak hearted who only wish for the proverbial like and share. Some of us are here to cure cancer and save the human race from the impending Armageddon and last days as prophesied by the Holy Scriptures. Repent of your goofy language and humour lest the gods of higher journalism shall spite you with greater blindness and shall hinder your serious writing. Other than that, this was nothing less than a Freaking bloody piece of awesomeness that should be shared with the blogosphere.17/09/2017 #8 Robert Cormack#4 They certainly risked life and limb to save those poor soles, @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian. I noticed "high tops" had to be saved the most. Let's hope these individuals get the attention they deserve, and we publish their explanations: "Well, they were just sitting there."17/09/2017 #4 Paul "Pablo" CroubalianNobody looted shoe stores during Hurricane Irma. They were obviously simply relocating an essential resource to a more appropriate shelter. The shoes may be called AIR Jordans, but 200kph winds are too much even for them. Have you no pity? Have you not a care for innocent shoes that may become separated?
Shoes generally pair for life. They feel incomplete apart.
I saw a video of one guy carrying a dozen or so to his car. The winds were really picking up. The danger was obvious. But that stalwart went back into the fray to save another dozen.
These humanitarians risked life and limb to save those poor shoes. Such selflessness is to be admired
Not17/09/2017 #3 David B. GrinbergGreat advice, Robert. I've found that humor can be key to cutting through the tension and stress of serious work situations. I've likewise found that many high-level successful professionals use humor to their strategic advantage in meetings to break the ice and get people to open up. Moreover, their booming laughter is usually infectious. In short, a little humor can go a long way.
Thanks for this brilliant blogging buzz!16/09/2017 #2 Gert Scholtz@Robert Cormack Interesting read Robert, for humor implies the ability to shift perspective, which in turn is the ability to think laterally and creatively. Had I lived near Port Dover, I would be the first to sign up for your workshop. All the best with the endeavor!
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Comments19/09/2017 #9 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.the spirit of the lion enters all what is truly beautiful for mankind @Debasish Majumder thank you for another gem
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- Producer14/09/2017Visualized LeadershipThe last few days have seen me engaged with a wave of email exchanges with Harvey Lloyd on many topics related to using the DiSC Profile in leadership, negotiations; reverse thinking, risk handling and team-building. All commentors on my last...
Comments22/09/2017 #141 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#140 your comment is one of the driving reasons that triggered my mind to come up with a modified DiSC graph @Joanne Gardocki. In a weeks tjime I shall publisg this work. Yes it is not the same to be high or low on D for example. The two have different behaviors. I hope the modified graph will show this fact.17/09/2017 #140 Joanne Gardocki#134 "D" Decisive from DiSC inventory would equate to (PtC)Competitor and using anger/threats as a means to control. @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee when you mention a "D" that is motivated by survival may "bite" if touched, I believe we have crossed over to a DiSC "I" type, (PtC) Predator, that is motivated by Fear and operates from survival mode.17/09/2017 #137 Joanne Gardocki#134 @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee, the discussion with Stephen Willis was part of an e-mail conversation discussing some questions I had about PtC types and concepts. I will paraphrase the original.
The model I find most helpful is viewing relationships or interactions as energy exchanges. Any four quadrant model has participants using lower energy emotions in win/lose power struggles with others. I draw parallels between Power through Collaboration, DISC inventory and concepts on control dramas from a book series, The Celestine Prophecy, by James Redfield. Collaboration and liquid leadership are being modeled in video games and children’s movies (Inside Out (2015), Dinosaur (2000)), lending support, in my option, to the conclusion we are at an evolutionary crossroads.17/09/2017 #136 Joanne Gardocki#135 Thank you, @Harvey Lloyd , Servant Leadership does sound like a good fit for a fifth element. I just read this post to LinkedIn http://www.pdx-consulting.com/leaders---top-tips-from-dolphins-blog.htm which has a quardrant model and talks about dolphin characteristics in leadership. Dolphin strengths include empathy, open, creative, visionary. The model is missing a forth "lower" form as I would place dolphin on the ascendended Servant Leadership. The article references a graphic that "shows a snap shot of advancing growth mindset worldviews (or evolving styles of consciousness). They come from research by Frederic Laloux and Ken Wilber (also referred to by others simply as spiral dynamics)."17/09/2017 #135 Harvey Lloyd#132 I am unfamiliar with the PtC concepts and discussions. Given your question though i would propose that yes, a fifth element has emerged. Servant Leadership. This concept embodies the whole of leadership through serving with guided influence based on the broader principals of corporate responsibility (Internally and Externally).
Humans are the caretakers of organizations. Some leaders "take control" but control is elusive as you view the dynamics of an organization. I believe the popularity of personality profiling has gained review because our servant selves don't like what we see when the controlling leader herds creativity down a stifling path.
Servant leaders harness the best of humanity in each of their team members. I agree when we discuss the collaborative leader as the best. I see this as a view from the outside looking in. The word collaborative does explain what we observe.
From an personal discipline though, i would call it servant leadership as a personal paradigm. This results to collaborative opportunity.
Your question has extended the thought process and made me think. Thanks.16/09/2017 #132 Joanne Gardocki@Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee, thank you for the innocent graph that pulls together complex issues. A few month ago I wrote Stephen Willis in the Power through Collaboration(PtC) group on LinkedIn with similar connections of DiSC profiles with the five PtC Types: Competitor, Preditor, Enslaver, Cooperator and Collaborator. There are an incredible number of parallels with four quadrant models. I am wondering if you are seeing an "ascended" fifth take shape in your discussions and musings? May your musings take you to places of wonder and back again to share with our world.16/09/2017 #131 Cyndi wilkins#128 Thank you for your kind assessment of my profile @Harvey Lloyd...I will work very hard to live up to that;-) In this I also agree...
"But more often than we expect its not really a power grab as much a scream of self preservation. To feel safe in a work or social environment, each of us require different signals. Also an environment i find safe can become very unsafe when i include my family."
You can bet your boots on that...How many people are easily manipulated when the well-being of their families is threatened. Most of us I'd imagine.
And I love your comment on Phil;s buzz...
"The skill of empathy can be deployed, but until we believe that we all share a journey and believe in each other it will be difficult to exact success from the
And to you @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee...thank you for allowing me to share a link to my buzz here...I would not do that without invitation;-)
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@cyndi-wilkins/respect-simplicity-and-humility#c616/09/2017 #129 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#125 very true your comment is @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher. @Harvey Lloyd and I are trying to understand more how best to relate the WPD factor to the DISC profile. Some profiles are very logical for example and to find a way to awaken their passion is one of the issues that we are looking into.16/09/2017 #128 Harvey Lloyd#113 @Cyndi wilkins Your comments would state that you are probably a high S within the DiSC profile. I share that letter with you. With D being my dominate letter.
So this is something we share as being vigilante in identifying folks who destabilize and environment, no matter how they do it. I would want to note it is the motivation of the power grab/destabilizing, as i see it, that requires investigation before determination. I agree with your comments surrounding the sociopath power grabber.
But more often than we expect its not really a power grab as much a scream of self preservation. To feel safe in a work or social environment, each of us require different signals. Also an environment i find safe can become very unsafe when i include my family.
My larger point in the DiSC discussion is that we have the tools to discern whether we are dealing with pathological power grabs or if we are dealing with self preservation. A secondary point would be that we can help folks in the area of self preservation and reduce their stress levels and increase their creativity. Again, though, it would be difficult for me to assist the person who i have measured as a power grabber, so i must investigate.
We are talking a very few interactions before we discern the motives. Now once we identify the motives have at it in what ever course of action seems appropriate. I am afraid these days in the hype of media we tend to label and act. Frankl advised us, there is a gap between stimulus response and, we should use it to form our own opinion. Media is working hard with their polarization and labeling to close the gap, so we might agree and by the soap powder from their advertisers.16/09/2017 #127 Harvey Lloyd#122 I have given your question some thought and it is a good question. I believe we may start with WPD within a cycle of proactive processes. This is often met with some push back as others give immediate thought to ideas. This has the effect of diminishing our WPD and causing us to stop. So this brought the question forward how do some continue to hold on to WPD within adversity? Real or perceived.
Following this line of thought i believe i would answer your question by stating that WPD is a result. WPD is the result of many cycles of empathetic execution of goals and roles within life whereby you pushed through on small items. With each item growing in complexity that you have applied WPD.
The shield of faith grows around WPD as the scale of goals grows. One of the major bastions of great leaders is they believe in their people, goals and abilities. WPD is met with resistance but the cycles of success have created a defense system around the excitement.
All this to say that DiSC is one of the defense weapons we can utilize personally to protect our WPD when executing around our goals. Through understanding communications we may be able to reduce the impact of comments by others to simple misunderstanding and proceed with WPD.
The better we communicate in a goal oriented environment, the more cycles our WPD will survive. The more cycles, the more faith/confidence our WPD will mature in to.16/09/2017 #126 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#59 Thanks so much for sharing my last buzz @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee, sometimes I get notifications that state "So and so and 3 others shared your buzz," but I may not know who the others were. I was in a nostalgic mood last night. It's a good place to be!16/09/2017 #125 Lisa 🐝 GallagherYou made many valid points @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee. You buzzes always amaze me because you mind is very deep. Without curiosity, I don't think I would enjoy life. It can lead us down paths we may have never dreamed of. Never lose the child within :)16/09/2017 #122 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#120 thank you @Savvy Raj for commenting with such positive spirit. I equally happy that your observation is consistent with mine in that we practiced here the true effect of feedbsck comments.
Yes and it is amazing when we make others feel our curiousity to learn and to accept differences how discussions progress. The discussions here exemplify the value of leading with WPD factor prevailing.
You bring a new question to my mind. Even though it may sound trivial, but delving into it shows it is not. I hope you, @Harvey Lloyd and all great commenters here would consider it. To what level high level WPD leaders would need to know about the DiSC profile of his/her team members?16/09/2017 #121 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#119 you truly remind us of the basics that we tend to forget @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee. Curiosity and fear. I have just commented on the latest buzz by @Cyndi wilkins and she too brings these two factors in her buzz. Please Cyndi provide the link to your buzz as it is not easy to do now as I am using mobile phone.
Fear deprives us of curiousity. Even a fearful child shall be less creative and imaginative child that is allowed to experiment playfully his curiousity as your grandson is allowed to do Deb.
Your comment also reminds me of a previous comment here by @Harvey Lloyd in which he attended to the fact that D people may act sometimes because of thei fear.
We need to "Trust our emotions". To what extent can we do this if we act out of fear?
You bring many new thoughts and I am happy that you joined the discussions Deb.
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- Producer14/09/2017Are you ok? Three words that can mean so muchTo share a little supportive care as such In our daily working & strivingAs we carry on with life and living.Following our paths with blase indifferenceRushing through, an unforeseen negligence Often assume,...
Comments16/09/2017 #32 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#31 my pleasure16/09/2017 #31 Savvy RajYes indeed!@Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. Thank you for highlighting this .16/09/2017 #30 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.beauty = uniqueness of every person15/09/2017 #25 Savvy Raj#17 @ Deb Lange @Fatima Williams . You speak my heart here ....have often felt that the dignity of being succumbs in the pressures of the so called equality ... There is much at stake ... mothering and nurturing has yet to receive the value it truly deserves irrespective of the fact that it is the most important reason behind a better human being a better nation and thus better life and living in the future both professionally and personally affecting us all.
I must mention here ... one of your writing on you and your mother..." On this day ...a choice" which stayed with me and feel it very relevant to this topic... i share those few lines here...
"We put our arms around each other gently and hugged, tears rolled down my cheeks, tears rolled down her cheeks, years of tension released from every cell in my body. One by one a slow, gradual and easy release of emotion stored in my being dripped away. I felt years younger. I felt softer. I created a new open space in my being to be different."
Taking a single step to express the care goes such a long long way.
Thankfully we have hopefully crossed a certain understanding in conscious empathy in time and that may provide a respite but we truly have a long way to travel . Just that the world needs more care in this now as much as in the future .15/09/2017 #20 Savvy Raj#8 @🐝 Fatima G. Williams your writing tackled many topics related that I have felt personally over the years especially in India regarding prevalent education system and its measures of valuation ...and it prodded me to respond..But I waited till I was drawing out the how....
You rightly mention People matter .... ' truly that ...No one more no one less💙
Thank you for sharing your thoughts with conviction... as it really matters.15/09/2017 #17 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBeeI Agree @🐝 Fatima G. Williams we have a limited view of success. Take mothering and nurturing for example - which is needed to find out if someone is ok/ - society in general terms does not value these qualities or these roles. For 1000's of years we have glorified achievers warriors plunderers etc - today we talk about the need for empathy and we have come along way over centuries - and we still have s long wY to go on our journey of being kind of honouring the value of nurturing mothering family kindness and community #8
- Producer14/09/2017Robbing Hood and the Grand IllusionYears ago when I was still working for Microsoft I went to the famous forest of Sherwood in the UK with my team to a corporate retreat/ strategy/BS EMEA all Hands. I am not going to bore you with the content of the meetings which I have completely...
Comments17/09/2017 #59 Pascal Derrien#56 thanks @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador yes I know it is hard to take but you got to understand it is a difficult business for her , I had a chat with her the other day and she told me that she was OK to do the job when the humans were small children but then she realized the humans were loosing their teeth a second time when they were getting older so she decided to give up, not economically viable for her.... :-)17/09/2017 #54 @Julio Angel 🐝Lopez LopezThere are stories and stories. Before 1870 Troy was a great tale. Toponymic archeology studies the relationship of names and facts. I hope news comes about the Sherwood Forest or Nottingham Forest. Surely you would like to correct this article. Greetings is always a pleasure to read to you @Pascal Derrien16/09/2017 #50 Phil FriedmanFirst of all, @Pascal Derrien, I object to overlooking the best of all movies about Robin Hood, namely, "Robin and Marian", 1976, starring Sean Connery, Audrey Hepburn, Robert Shaw and a blockbuster supporting cast.
Second, I'd like to suggest that societal myths are different from institutional lies. Myths inspire and actually improve life by bringing guidance and hope to the individuals in a society. Institutional lies are used basically to manipulate and subjugate the population. In the case of the Robin Hood myth, it inspires, IMO, rebellious resistance to the overbearing corruption of unrepresentative government. And it was, BTW, one of the favorites of those in the U.S. who eventually toppled a POTUS and brought an end to the pointless U.S. military adventurism is Vietnam and Southeast Asia. Just sayin', my friend. Cheers!16/09/2017 #45 Pascal DerrienCharisma oral traditions and ancestral legends are all very important components of the learning process but so has been manipulation for some who have mastered the art of misguidance there is no perfect answer to your thoughts I think we just need to be vigilant 😀
#4316/09/2017 #43 siraj shaik#1 once as a child at a village asked the senior woman around whom we all kids had gathered "from where she read the story". "oh! from my grandma"... and back at school I gave a try to share with friends, seems no one got exited (maybe I couldn't fut forward the similar way or ??). But some could tell with perfection, often wondered how point blank some at school the biggest lie in simple way. That technique carrier personalities will be the one either in front end or back end (depend on dependencies depend). I am sure @Aaron 🐝 Skogen, those who had initiated such story might have carried high-levels of creativity which not only had capacity to move something small but nation(s) as well. And seems with tech generic techniques possibility to generate such with easy as per access to source of guides that could mould stories with automation (suggestive's). Don't you think how the grandma's storytelling became a "big think" also giving ways to make good returns. So maybe there are counter techniques to analyze truth (maybe with facility of moderable as PPPC). But one thing for sure either the results will break or build (destruct or develop). Just a common person opinions and views. Like to read (see) comment from @Pascal Derrien
- 14/09/2017Writing Funwww.facebook.com In honor of my mother's 70th birthday which would have been today -- I am posting this video -- Eileen Doyon chose my story to be in her brand new book and I loved sharing how I started over after...
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Comments14/09/2017 #7 Jerry FletcherThank you Jim for taking the time to think about reality. Too often, like today, I find myself just muddling through. A client yesterday was bemoaning the fact that he is beginning to see the USA as a "Winner take all culture that is money based." He's right and I need to write about that but include the positive things you included in your list.14/09/2017 #6 Paul "Pablo" CroubalianGood one, Jimbo. I think I'll print this and pin it to my wall. (That's the real wall in my real office)
#2 @Lyon Brave, I don't know if your comment was simply a typo or the most profound, most concise comment I have ever read (maybe both?). Mother Earth does indeed have boarders, but no borders. We are those boarders. We just live here. We don't own the planet.
Climate change is real. Whether it's caused by Petro-carbons, natural occurrences, or cow farts is irrelevant. We, all of us are at risk. We must do something, though I'm at a loss to say what.13/09/2017 #3 David B. GrinbergExcellent points, Jim, as usual. A few thoughts based on my own life experience:
#2 Politics can actually lead to productive public service on behalf of one's country, constituents and the taxpayers. The problem today is that's increasingly the exception rather than the rule in the USA/Washington, DC. -- because most politicians put partisan self-interest above the national interest and that of the people they serve (who, ironically, elected them in the first place).
#4 Yes, always trust your gut instincts in life and listen to that voice inside your head. Sometimes this means taking calculated risks, as nothing in life is certain. However, I like to abide by the entrepreneurial motto of: No risk, no reward. And, if you never try you'll never know what might have been.
#9 The 21st century news media are hellbent on sensationalism because that's what sells and equates to higher ratings and revenues. This has only become more pronounced as colossal corporations own most most media as subsidiaries to generate profit, rather than to effectuate real and objective journalism. That old newsroom axiom still holds true: "If it bleeds, it leads." Thus, yes, folks should choose their media outlets carefully and not get all the news from one source.
Thanks for considering these points, Jim. I welcome your feedback.
- Producer10/09/2017INTRIGUING ENERGY!Everybody knows the law of conservation of energy Which cannot be created, not destroyed But transformed with a mystic synergy Where all are destined to abide the nature’s protocol Lovely humdrum it creates to maintain a systemic...
Comments11/09/2017 #11 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.with Spanish translation, wow11/09/2017 #10 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.beautiful and wow, you have your own translator now @Debasish Majumder10/09/2017 #6 Hector Fong MendozaTraducido al español::
Todo el mundo conoce la ley de conservación de la energía
Que no puede ser creado, no destruido.
Pero transformado con una sinergia mística
Donde todos están destinados a cumplir el protocolo de la naturaleza
Encantador y humilde que crea para mantener un rol sistémico!
Me pregunto si la ley es cierta.
Entonces, ¿por qué nos enredamos innecesariamente en la disputa, que es cruda
Temor en el aumento del precio
Los asuntos monetarios nos mantienen nerviosos fuera de su capricho
Por qué caemos en la presa de tan abstracta suposición
Cuando sabemos que nada puede ser creado o destruido fuera de nuestra premisa.
Me pregunto, ¿por qué el oro es el único elemento universalmente aceptado
Por su misterioso papel, en gran parte aplaudido
Cómo se extrae de la cantera
Mantener un equilibrio en nuestro entorno socio-económico, una simetría mística
Qué encantador es mantener su enigma
Con un estilo supremo dispensa su dictado
Haciendo un santuario propio
Sólo el oro tallaba un nicho construido en el escalón humano.
Los niños que producimos de nuestro trabajo
Lleva todo el testimonio de nuestra capacidad y poder
Sólo para asegurar la capacidad de producción de nuestra progenie
La corriente de la población humana fluye con una sinfonía única
Es la única fuente de toda opulencia
Que sólo los seres humanos pueden expresar con lenguaje!
Estoy en un completo dilema
¿Estamos produciendo exactamente algo de exquisito panorama?
Estoy en un dilema sobre cómo nuestros productos pueden crear un anatema
Donde la mayoría está sometida por su carisma místico
Por qué nuestro producto crea un golfo de diferencia
Sólo la desigualdad de distribución es la razón de toda violencia?
¿Por qué el trabajo puede llevarnos al desdén?
¿Estamos soportando dolor para promover sólo la catástrofe para reinar?
¿Por qué hay un enorme derramami
- 12/09/2017Do you understand the power of commenting?
@Deb 🐝 Helfrich does
Here's what she has to say & what her readers thinkDeb Helfrich on LinkedIn: "Do you understand the power…www.linkedin.com Do you understand the power of commenting? Have you created a commenting strategy? When I started using LinkedIn two years ago, I wanted to run...
- ProducerA Heart For Words#DidYouKnow ... that the words that we use matter? Let us have a look at our personal dictionary. Which words do we have there? Words are energy. Think of a prayer. With a prayer we focus our mind on what we want. For example, people that want to...
Comments19/09/2017 #57 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#56 thank you @Yolanda Ávila Márquez will read it, thanks for the invitation!17/09/2017 #56 Yolanda Ávila MárquezTotally agree with your words Liesbeth.
I invite you to read this:
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@yolanda-avila-marquez/muestrame-como-hablas-y-te-dire-como-piensas View moreTotally agree with your words Liesbeth.
I invite you to read this:
Show me how you talk and I'll tell you how you think.
Regards. Close16/09/2017 #55 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#54 my pleasure @Yogesh Sukal16/09/2017 #54 Yogesh SukalWords are like one which we can perceive with our senses and helps us to materialize the subjective experiences.
Thank you for the thought provoking post @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.13/09/2017 #53 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#20 thank you grandfather bee @Lance 🐝 Scoular giggling hugs to Adelaide and Matilda!!!13/09/2017 #52 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#21 the words that are linked to drones are also wonderful thank you @Gabriel Bazzolo13/09/2017 #51 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#22 thank you Imre, so much appreciated.13/09/2017 #50 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#23 my pleasure angel bee @Joanne Gardocki13/09/2017 #49 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#24 key is connection @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee you master this13/09/2017 #48 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#25 yes, and you apply it too @Sara Jacobovici, you add joy to your words while singing13/09/2017 #47 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#27 Love the way you expressed it @Pascal Derrien thanks!13/09/2017 #46 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#28 awe soul spot on remark, thank you @David B. Grinberg happy day13/09/2017 #45 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#29 agree @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher nobody is perfect, we are all learning13/09/2017 #44 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#30 thank you @Jan 🐝 Barbosa13/09/2017 #43 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#31 Yes, Grammar Goddess and you make words more powerful with your eyes and knowledge, thank you @Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar Goddess13/09/2017 #42 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#32 Cyndi, that is so true, well said and we must be aware of this, to bless others and ourselves13/09/2017 #41 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#33 thank you, Proma, I love what you brought up, karma is indeed always working.13/09/2017 #40 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#34 @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador could not agree more with you!13/09/2017 #39 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#35 well added @Mohammed A. Jawad truly words of wisdom
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